UMaine Extension fact sheet series
Food for ME: Citizen Action for Community Food Recovery
- Steps to Organizing Your Community Garden, Bulletin #4300
- Food for Your Community: Gleaning and Sharing, Bulletin #4301
- Food Safety for Food-Pantry Donations, Bulletin #4302
- A Donor’s Guide to Vegetable Harvest, Bulletin #4303
- A Food Pantry Wish List, Bulletin #4304
- How Farmers’ Markets Can Donate Food to Maine Harvest for Hunger
- How to Donate Food to Maine Harvest for Hunger
- Maine Harvest for Hunger
- Maine Harvest for Hunger: IDEXX Adopt a Garden Program
- Maine Harvest for Hunger: Yarmouth Community Gardens
- Maine Harvest for Hunger: York County
- What is Maine Harvest for Hunger?
Other UMaine Extension Gardening Programs
This is just a partial listing of the many garden-related programs, classes, and workshops we offer. Check our Events Calendar or contact your UMaine Extension county office to find out what’s being offered in your neighborhood and around the state, or visit our Gardening Web site.
Do you have questions about vegetable gardening, garden pests, or preserving your harvest? Contact your local UMaine Extension county office.
- Compost School
- Food Preservation
- Gardening publications
- Insect Pests, Plant Diseases & Pesticide Safety
- Littlefield Garden
- Maine Federation of Farmers’ Markets
- Maine FoodCorps
- Plant Identification Submission form (Word)
- Rogers Farm
- Soil Testing
- Horticulture information from eXtension
If you love gardening, consider becoming a Master Gardener Volunteer. If you live on the water, consider becoming a Watershed Steward. If you want to preserve the fruits of your labor, consider becoming a Master Food Preserver.